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Dr. Joseph Bedich Urges Patients to Get Help with Sleep Apnea

Cortland, OH -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/06/2014 -- Dr. Joseph Bedich explains, “Although snoring seems physically harmless, it may be a red flag for a much more serious and sometimes fatal condition called obs... read more

Everyone’s exhausted as social media, stress take toll

(The BPAP is used for patients who need to get more air in and out of their ... I don’t have that constant tiredness anymore.” While sleep apnea is relatively easy to diagnose, other forms of chronic ... read more

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